Central Bucks High School South
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|Central Bucks High School South|
|The main entrance of C.B. South
"Leading The Way" "212"
|1100 Folly Road
Warrington, PA 18976
|School district||Central Bucks School District|
|Principal||Scott A. Davidheiser|
|Number of students||1800|
|Color(s)||Blue and Black|
|Athletics||PIAA AAAA - Suburban One League|
|Athletics conference||Suburban One Continental|
|Rivals||CB East, CB West, North Penn, Souderton, Pennridge & Wm. Tennent|
Completed in late 2004, the school opened in January 2005, so the first graduating class attended classes in the school only during the spring semester of that year. CB South is the most recent high school in the Central Bucks School District, following Central Bucks High School East and Central Bucks High School West. The high school hosts grades 10–12 and is built for a just under 2,000 students. Its two feeder schools are Unami Middle School and Tamanend Middle School.
Central Bucks South is located on Folly Road. The school cost approximately $84 million to build and is the largest in the Central Bucks School District school to date.
Central Bucks students consistently place in the top 10% of the state in test scoring. The 11th grade PSSA test scores for CB South Students were above the state average by far, with 88% of students placing in the proficient range or better. The majority of students (93%) are Caucasian, with 3% Asian, and 6% African American. The school recently received a grant from the state which they used to place SmartBoards with projectors, new laptops and new supplies for every classroom. They spend about $9,500 on every Student.
Central Bucks South competes in the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association, in the Suburban One Conference. The School offers 22 sports both boys and girls, with strengths in field hockey, boys indoor and outdoor track, boys and girls basketball, girls soccer,softball and wrestling. In Central Bucks South's inaugural year of 2004, it received its first state champion. The school perennially competes at the state level in field hockey, softball and boys and girls track. The football and soccer programs have also been highly competitive of late, with both making deep playoff runs in the last few years. In 2012, the Central Bucks South softball team was the first team sport to bring a PIAA AAAA State Championship back to Warrington.